- Apr 13 2024
- All Day
- In Person
Aansaamb aen kiskayhtaamaahk Learning Together
“Aansaamb aen kiskayhtaamaahk – Learning Together” (Heritage Michif, translated by Norman Fleury) is a professional learning guide, resource kit and three professional development workshops intended to support early learning and child care professionals to integrate Métis content in early years programming. The three workshops provide additional opportunities to support incorporating Métis specific teachings within early learning programming, promoting learning environments in which Métis culture is recognized and celebrated.
About the presenter: Jocelyn Stuart
Jocelyn Stuart is the Métis Family Connections Navigator and Métis Child Care Navigation and Support Coordinator in the Kootenay region, and lives as a grateful but uninvited settler on the traditional lands of the Sinixt people. Holding a diploma in Early Childhood Education and in the early learning field for 15 years, Jocelyn has held various roles supporting Indigenous children and families throughout her career. She has worked withing Métis Early Years since October 2020 and carries with her facilitation experience and a sound knowledge of child development. Jocelyn comes from a background of mixed Scottish settler and Gitxsan ancestry of the Fireweed Clan; and is the mother to a teenager and two bonus, pre-teen children. She enjoys spending time with her partner and children, is an avid reader and enjoys being on the land playing with her two puppies.
- Capacity: Filling Up
- Is this a single event or an ongoing course?: Single Event